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  SilMar-5407.jpg -  Silybum marianum  (CN: Milk Thistle) Introduced. In mid-canyon restoration area, Claremont Canyon, Oakland, CA on May 11, 2008. Photo by Kay Loughman.  ID provided by Janet Gawthrop. Somewhat invasive.  
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Silybum marianum (CN: Milk Thistle) Introduced. In mid-canyon restoration area, Claremont Canyon, Oakland, CA on May 11, 2008. Photo by Kay Loughman. ID provided by Janet Gawthrop. Somewhat invasive.
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Camera: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT | Date: 5/11/08 12:31 PM | Resolution: 477 x 504 | ISO: 400 | Exp. Time: 1/500s | Aperture: 13.0 | Focal Length: 85.0mm (~137.8mm)
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